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Australia, Eastern and Western Europe, Ghana,
Israel, and the Philippines. If God is knocking at
your door today, come, knock on ours! For more
information, contact our Vocation Director at voca-
email@example.com; website: www.nazarethcsfn.
org. See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 34. Code #155.
Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
(S.N.J.M.) Responding to the needs of her
day, Blessed Marie Rose Durocher founded our
congregation in 1843 in Longueuil, QC, Canada.
Today Sisters and Associates are responding to
the needs of our day as we continue to witness to
God’s love. Prayer and community sustain us in our
ministries. We are dedicated to the full development of
the human person through education, social justice,
contemplation, and the arts. Our ministries include:
providing education in the faith, spiritual direction,
and retreats; teaching in universities, schools, and
tutoring centers; promoting peace and justice; and
serving in parishes, hospitals, clinics, studios, prisons,
and immigration centers. We minister in the United
States, Canada, Lesotho, South Africa, Brazil, and
Peru, collaborating wherever we are with others who
share our Gospel values. E-mail: Sr. Mollie Reavis or
Sr. Laura Michels at firstname.lastname@example.org; U.S.-Ontario Province website: www.snjmusontario.org.
See ad on page 73. Code #078.
Sisters of the Holy Redeemer (C.S.R.) The
Sisters of the Holy Redeemer are compelled
to bring the healing presence and compassion of the Redeemer to those who suffer in
body, mind and spirit. We strive to be witnesses of hope and joy as we serve Jesus through our
care for those who are suffering from sickness or
poverty. Our inspiration flows from our relationship
with Jesus, our Redeemer as we follow the example
of Mother Alphonse Maria Eppinger who founded
the congregation 160 years ago on the principal that
“Love of God and love of neighbor are but one single
love.” Through our sponsorship of the Holy Redeemer Health System, we provide health care, social
services, and pastoral care, with a special emphasis
on older adults, women and children. Contact us:
American Province; Vocation Ministry Office, 1600
Huntingdon Pike, Meadowbrook, PA 19046; (215)
914-4110; e-mail: vocations@HolyRedeemer.com;
See ad on page 43. Code #079.
Sisters of the Humility of Mary (H.M.) As Sisters
of the Humility of Mary, the heart of our commit-
ment is a radical love and following of Jesus Christ.
Mary’s humility inspires us to say “yes” to God’s call.
Her fidelity to God challenges us to be a prophetic
presence in today’s world. Our founders responded
to the needs of the time in 1854 in France with vision,
courage and generosity, eventually emigrating to the
Cleveland diocese in 1864. Today, we follow in their
footsteps, dedicated to peacemaking, justice, and care
for Earth through a variety of ministries in education,
health care, social service, and pastoral ministry. We
number 150 Sisters serving in Midwestern states, and
Haiti. Others join us as Associates, HM Volunteers
and Partners in Ministry. For more information: www.
humilityofmary.org. Membership Office, 20015 De-
troit Road, Rocky River, OH 44116, (440) 356-6130;
See ad on page 127. Code #329.
Sisters of the Precious Blood
(C.PP.S.) For more than 175 years, the
Sisters of the Precious Blood have served
as unwavering witnesses to Christ’s redemptive, reconciling, and healing love,
Eucharistic prayer and devotion to the Precious
Blood of Jesus. We participate in ministries as diverse
as the Sisters who engage in them. These ministries
include health care, education, pastoral care, and
outreach to name a few. Life as a Sister of the Precious
Blood is for women who feel motivated to go beyond
themselves. Sisters of the Precious Blood, 4000
Denlinger Rd., Dayton OH 45426. Phone: (937)
837-3302. Learn more at www.preciousbloodsisters-
dayton.org or email@example.com. See our
web ad at DigitalVocationGuide.org.
See ad on page 33. Code #318.
Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin
Mary (P.B.V.M.) Dubuque, IA Sisters of the Presentation of Dubuque are women religious inspired
by the faith and life of their foundress, Nano Nagle.
In 18th century Ireland, working against religious,
political and economic oppression and with great
personal risk, Nano launched an underground school
system, visited the poor and elderly in their homes,
and spent hours in prayer. Her charism of hospitality
lives today in the sisters, associates and friends who
reflect God’s love for the world, live the Gospel value
of welcoming all, and carry Nano’s lantern of hope
to people in the United States and Bolivia. Are you
interested in making a difference? If yes, then, listen
to the Spirit’s stirrings in your heart, ask for wisdom
and pray for courage to take the next step. Visit: www.
dubuquepresentations.org or contact the Vocation Office, 2360 Carter Rd., Dubuque, IA 52001; (563) 588-
2008; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
care of the sick, elderly and dying, especially working with people with dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Catechism, parish and prison ministries, as well as
serving the poor are part of our volunteer outreach.
We welcome women who have the desire to live a
common life with us and committing themselves to
living the three evangelical counsels of consecrated
celibacy, poverty and obedience. As Augustinian
women we strive to be of “one mind and heart on
the way to God”. Community is the first mission
and charism of our religious community. Contact: Sr.
Angelica Summer, 4014 N. Green Bay Rd., Racine, WI
53404; 262-639-1766; e-mail: sr.angelica@sbcglobal.
net; website: www.sistersofstrita.org.
See ad on page 27. Code #163.
Sisters of the Divine Savior (S.D.S.)
The Sisters of the Divine Savior make up
the women religious branch of the international Salvatorian Family. We collaborate in mission
and ministries with priests and brothers of the Society
of the Divine Savior and Lay Salvatorian women and
men. The Salvatorian Sisters were founded in Tivoli,
Italy in 1888 by John Baptist Jordan and Therese von
Wüllenweber. Our apostolic ministries include efforts
to stop human trafficking, social work, counseling,
law, art, pastoral care, education and health care. We
carry out our mission to make known the goodness
and kindness of Jesus in 28 countries, including the
U.S. in Alabama, Arizona, California, South Dakota
and Wisconsin. Women ages 20-50 can learn more
about life in community with Sisters of the Divine
Savior by contacting Sister Mary Lee Grady, SDS at
email@example.com or 414-466-0810 ext.
229. www.sistersofthedivinesavior.org; www.face-
See ad on page 126. Code #315.
Sisters of the Good Shepherd (R.G.S. and
C.G.S.) are driven by a vow of zeal. We are an
international congregation with communities in 73
countries. Our work is of God and our mission is
one of reconciliation. We strive to model our lives
after the heart of Jesus, the Good Shepherd, who
left the flock of 99 to respond to the one sheep in
special need. Our apostolic work centers on marginalized and hurting people who are affected by
violence, abuse and neglect, most notably women,
girls and children. We are strong social justice
advocates and have a seat on the United Nations
Economic and Social Council, where we have
joined others around the world to end human
trafficking. Our contemplative ministry focuses
on prayer to bring the liberating love of Jesus, the
Good Shepherd to all of God’s people. Good Shepherd Sisters help others to transform their lives. It
is thrilling and rewarding work. Apostolic Vocation
Director: Sr. Jean Marie Fernandez, RGS, (415) 586-
2822 or 415-676-8251; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Contemplative Director: Sr. Elizabeth Garciano,
CGS, 314-837-1719; e-mail: elgarcianocgs@yahoo.
com. Website: www.sistersofthegoodshepherd.com.
See ad on page 128. Code #077.
Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth
(C.S.F.N.) In a world marked by individualism, we
choose family! Our lives, rooted in prayer and in the
example of the Holy family of Nazareth, speak to the
world about love, sacrifice, and true joy. Believing
that charity begins at home, we create communities
where lives are nurtured and shared. Empowered
by this gift, we reach out to the Church and world
through diverse ministries, striving to uphold the
value and dignity of the human family. Founded in
Rome in 1875 by Blessed Mary of Jesus the Good
Shepherd, we are an international congregation,
presently serving in the continental United States,
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